Problem Solving with the Internet
Professor William T. Verts
Students must be able to download and read material
from the Internet, including (but not limited to)
.TXT, .RTF, and .PDF files.
Students may use either a PC or a Mac for much of the
course, but there may be some Windows-specific software made available.
How to run Windows software when all you have is a Mac.
How to run Python programs.
- Timeline presented in first lecture
- Notes on Poe's Law and other Arguments
- Truth and the Internet
- CMPSCI 105 Notes on Base Conversions
- CMPSCI 105 Notes on The Internet and the Web
- CMPSCI 105 Notes on Introduction to HTML
- CMPSCI 105 Notes on Connecting to the Server
- CMPSCI 105/119/120 Notes on Programs and Flowcharts
- Monster Movies (October 27, 2017)
- Factorial without forms, embedded function (October 30, 2017)
- Factorial without forms, external .js file (November 1, 2017)
- The Factorial.js file (November 1, 2017)
- Factorial with Forms (November 3, 2017)
- General Forms Demo (November 3, 2017)
- Review questions for Midterm 1, Spring 2011 (submitted by students)
- Solution to Midterm #1
- Review for Midterm #2
- Solution to Midterm #2 Fall 2016
- Solution to Midterm #2
- Web page to submit data to Python Script
- Python Script to respond to Web page
- Review questions for Final Exam (from Spring 2011 but still valid)
- Solution to Final Exam
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